Mexico Volcano Popocatepetl Erupts

This prediction has happened. Yesterday spirit reminded me of the 3rd and 4th , marking both of them. I clearly remembered the earthquake they predicted in Mexico but instead it was the Mexico Volcano that happened? I need to ask for clarity. I have added the last prediction as an example that they are naming the exact volcano known as “Popo”.

WORLD PREDICTIONS 5-19-19 “Volcano.. eruption.. pinto..” That implies Mexico. This prediction could mirror a previous one: 

World Predictions 4-25-19 I had a visual of a map of Central America. Then the southern shoreline of Mexico was circled. Earthquake 66 (6.6?) in about 3

Predictions 6-13-18 “Pinto is starting to boil.. caution” That is a reference to the Volcano is Mexico. In the previous predictions it ended up being the Popo volcano.

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4 thoughts on “Mexico Volcano Popocatepetl Erupts”

  1. Still we have to have a great EQ and a great popo’s eruption and also an others volcanos here at Mexico. Yesterday only ashes. Popo’s eruption will be like one in 40000 years, so bad, rocks are going to fall down until 60 Km or more.

  2. This is just a baby eruption. Popo has been rumbling away for months.

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  3. Eric,
    Another strong eruption 🌋
    June 14th..
    A strong eruption took place at Popocatepetl volcano, Mexico at 15:40 UTC (10:40 local time) on June 14, 2019.

    The volcanic ash cloud rose to an estimated height of 9.8 km (32 000 feet) above sea level, according to data provided by the Washington VAAC.

    In 24 hours to 16:00 UTC on June 14, monitoring systems registered 115 exhalations, accompanied by water vapor, gas and light amounts of ash.

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